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    (Original post by SmashConcept)
    Well after 1.5 years I could only squat 40 so the last 8 years have actually been really good.
    But the real question is can you dunk tho ?
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    (Original post by Shadez)
    But the real question is can you dunk tho ?
    no.
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    (Original post by ivy.98)
    bench: 20kg
    ohp: 10kg
    squat: 30kg
    deadlift: 45kg

    5 ft 8 and around 68kg
    poverty lifts
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    (Original post by DeliciousAbs)
    Would like to see this 'proof'. Inb4 skinny 13/14 inch arms.]
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    I'm now eating a lot of proteins to build muscle, but yeah I'm sorry if I sounded cocky and arrogant I'm just bored
    I look the same as you with slightly less chest mass and more defined abs. Whats your height and weight?
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    (Original post by Dnkz7)

    I look the same as you with slightly less chest mass and more defined abs. Whats your height and weight?
    Post pics and lifts.
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    Strength training for a few months. Been really patchy with my training because of illness. Got a terrible physique (imo). Started my training from scratch again after not going to the gym for a while in the last few months. Rebuilding the machine. Squats 100kg nice and light but need to work on form/ankle mobility. This is ATG but they don't feel quite right, Deadlifts 150 - 160kg depending on what I'm doing that day (deadlifting 3x a week atm), bench 60kg (tendonitus limits what I can do comfortably). Assisted chin ups (can't do them without a band, tendonitus flairs up)

    Not sure on current 1RMs.

    My lifting history goes back much further, but again, I've been plagued by illness/injury.

    Just trying to get more experience under the bar. Working on technique other things. Gains will come. Patience.
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    (Original post by Dnkz7)

    I look the same as you with slightly less chest mass and more defined abs. Whats your height and weight?
    I'm 5'8 and weigh approx 165lbs (75kg)
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    (Original post by SAhm95)

    Post pics and lifts.
    squat: 62.5kg
    incline bench: 50kg
    deadlift: 80kg
    bent over row: 60kg
    barbell curl: 30kg
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    (Original post by FabAbs)

    squat: 62.5kg
    incline bench: 50kg
    deadlift: 80kg
    bent over row: 60kg
    barbell curl: 30kg
    Well I'm benching 140kg and deadlifting 245kg so I doubt you look anything close to me in reality


    Wrong person
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    (Original post by SAhm95)

    Well I'm benching 140kg and deadlifting 245kg so I doubt you look anything close to me in reality


    Wrong person
    I was talking to dnkz7 lol
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    (Original post by ABmazing)

    I was talking to dnkz7 lol
    How do you get more defined abs? I hardly work out, and I dont use weights either.
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    (Original post by SAhm95)

    How do you get more defined abs? I hardly work out, and I dont use weights either.
    high bar atg squats and deadlifts with good form whilst squeezing abs in. Heavy bent over rows and overhead presses also help. Do full body workouts 3 times a week so your abs/core are getting hit with optimal frequency.
 
 
 
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